Idaho State Board of Acupuncture
Bureau of Occupational Licenses
1109 Main Street, Suite 220
Boise, Idaho 83702-5642

(208) 334-3233

Minutes of November 27, 2002 Conference Call

   

ROLL CALL: Therese Hahn, Chair

                        John Downey, Board Member

                        Jean Kuty, Board Member

                        Rosemary Yocum, Board Member

                        Rand Peebles, Board Member

 

ALSO PRESENT:               Roger Hales, Administrative Attorney          

                                                John Kersey, Chief Investigator

                                                Budd Hetrick, Deputy Chief

                                                Cheri Simpson, Administrative Assistance II

                                                Sandee Hitesman, Office Specialist II

 

The meeting was called to order at 9:40 a.m. by Chair, Therese Hahn. 

The Board discussed case #s ACU-B2A-2-2002-2 and ACU-P3C-2-2002-3

Mr. Hales reported that the allegations against the respondent included continued practice with an expired license, practice beyond the scope of licensure, and inappropriate client contact.  A complaint was issued to the respondent and no response has been received. The Attorney General’s Office is recommending that the Board enter a notice of proposed default against respondent.  Respondent would then have 7 days to petition the Board.  If a petition is not filed, a judgment could be entered against the respondent. 

Mr. Peebles stated that the respondent had been served adequate notice, and the Board should go ahead with the process.  Ms. Yocum moved that the Board entering a notice of proposed default against the respondent.  Motion was seconded by Mr. Peebles, and carried.    

The Board reviewed correspondence regarding Judy Kay Carter and her request for reconsideration of her practice restrictions. Ms. Carter currently holds an Acupuncture Technician Certificate.   According to the letter submitted by her attorney, Ms. Carter has completed one course of training that the Board feels would relate to Acupuncture.  Ms. Hahn moved that a letter be sent to Ms. Carter requesting documentation of each of the course studies referenced in her attorney’s letter, be sent to the Board for further review of Ms. Carter’s qualifications, and that Ms. Carter clarify for the Board which restrictions she would like lifted.  Motion was seconded by Ms. Yocum, and carried. 

Moved by Ms. Hahn at 10:15 a.m. to adjourn.  Seconded by Ms. Kuty, and carried.  


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